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Human Security Engineering Seminar B

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Numbering Code
  • G-ENG55 7X352 SE73
Term 2020/Intensive, year-round
Number of Credits 4 credits
Course Type Seminar
Target Student Graduate
Language English
Day/Period Intensive
Instructor(s)
  • Graduate School of Engineering, Associate Professor YOKO SHIMADA
Outline and Purpose of the Course In the style of seminar, each student is given a theme for research related to human security problem to be solved by engineering methods, and the understanding on such a problems will be deepen from a specialized viewpoint of each student. Each student will get individual guidance by the supervisor about the method of the study on the problem or the collection method of the related information. Reports and presentation will be assigned after discussion with the supervisor.
Course Goals To master the practical method to approach actual problems related to human security engineering.
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Grading Policy Grade is evaluated comprehensively by the supervisor.
Prerequisites None
Textbook
  • Not appointed. Research papers will be given if necessary.
Reference(s)
  • It will be introduced any time if necessary.